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  • Former CMSAF celebrates Moody’s leaders, inspires enlisted corps

    Only one percent of Airmen ever become a Chief Master Sergeant. Of that one percent, only one serves as the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF). Only 18 chiefs have ever held that title, and one of them came to Moody for a Chief Recognition Ceremony, Jan 11, 2018. Having served for 29 years in the Air Force, taking him to the rank of chief and beyond, 14th CMSAF Gerald Murray wanted to impart wisdom and celebrate Moody’s newest chiefs.
  • Joint 'spin-up' for the joint fight

    When lives are on the line, there is no margin for error – and for a group of Air Force Combat Search and Rescue personnel, their razor thin life-saving operations were recently put to the test as they mobilized to Avon Park Air Force Range, Fla. During their pre-deployment ‘spin-up’ training, Moody’s 347th Rescue Group tested and maximized their CSAR and personnel recovery capabilities. Under normal circumstances, the HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crews and maintainers deploy from Moody and normally integrate with a Guardian Angel team from a different base. This time, Moody’s 38th and 41st RQS’s will deploy together and utilized this exercise to improve their mission readiness and unit cohesion before their departure.
  • Air Force base of preference initiative evolves to permanent program

    This is the latest evolution of the Base of Preference program run by the Air Force’s Personnel Center and now includes eligible Career Airmen in ALL Air Force Specialty Codes assigned to CONUS locations.
  • AF Shooting Team hosts clinic for BDG

    Airman 1st Class Deikoy Francis, 823d Base Defense Squadron fireteam member, fires an M9 pistol during an Air Force Shooting Team Marksmanship Clinic, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., Dec. 20, 2018. The instructors had participants shoot individually and in teams and also used stationary and moving shooting drills. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt.
  • Team Moody begins year with safety day

    Team Moody started the New Year with a clean slate by picking up debris off the flightline this morning, ensuring a safe runway for training and deploying warriors throughout the year. We also had the honor of hearing guest speaker Bernie McGrenahan, a comedian with a powerful training and prevention-based session at the end of his show. Thank you to the Wing Safety Office for putting this day together and starting the year off right!
  • Firefighters strengthen alliance, improve life-saving skills

    Bright orange balls of flames rage as a C-130 implodes from an aircraft malfunction in a desolate area near Moody’s flightline. As the inferno spreads and its fiery glare lights up the night, silhouettes emerge from the red, white and blue lights flashing from firetrucks. Advancing from the glimmer, the 23d Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) and Valdosta Fire Department’s (VPD) firefighters rush to the scene with hoses and hardhats with one mission -- to win the fight against the blaze during live-fire training.
  • Moody gives back to Airmen

    Operation Warmheart’s Ring the Bell event, which provides monetary relief to service members in times of emergency, distress or financial hardship, will come to a close on Dec. 18. Volunteers stationed at the Exchange, Commissary, and Shoppette all throughout the day, are collecting donations to support Airmen in their most vulnerable state.
  • Moody gets into the holiday spirit

    Team Moody got into the holiday spirit with several festive events around base, Nov. 30-Dec. 3, 2018, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The different events consisted of the Tree Lighting Ceremony, a children's Christmas party and the Airmen Cookie Drive.
  • Team Moody's Newest CMSgt Selects!

    Team Moody is proud to present its six newest Chief Master Sergeant Selects!!SMSgt Bud WendelSMSgt Carlo MangobaSMSgt Raul LopezSMSgt Jeffery ZimmermanSMSgt Jeffre Schillawski (not pictured)SMSgt Marcus Wimberley(not pictured)
  • Moody Officer Convicted of Sexual Assault

    A lieutenant assigned to the 23d Logistics Readiness Squadron at Moody Air Force Base was found guilty of two offenses of the Uniform Code of Military Justice in a court-martial Saturday, Dec. 1.